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Tuesday live viewing picks of the day



The Sevens rugby roller-coaster continues with the start of the Emirates Four Nations Cup featuring the UAE, Zimbabwe, Belgium and Hong Kong.

Submerged deep in the relegation waters, Sunderland and Reading will be trying to at least get their heads out of the water at each other's expense when they go head-to-head on Tuesday tonight.

Arsenal shift their focus to cup football as they travel to the Valley Parade for a Round 5 Capital One Cup tie with Bradford City.

BROADCAST DETAILS (all times are CAT, SA, GMT+2)

UAE v Hong Kong
SS1 (1:50pm)

Zimbabwe v Belgium
SS1 (3:50pm)

Sunderland v Reading
SS3HD, SS3, Maximo (9:30pm)

Bradford City v Arsenal
SS2HD, SS7 (9:40pm)

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